Hidden neural states underlie canary song syntax

Nature64.80
Volume: 582, Issue: 7813, Pages: 539 - 544
Published: Jun 17, 2020
Abstract
Coordinated skills such as speech or dance involve sequences of actions that follow syntactic rules in which transitions between elements depend on the identities and order of past actions. Canary songs consist of repeated syllables called phrases, and the ordering of these phrases follows long-range rules1 in which the choice of what to sing depends on the song structure many seconds prior. The neural substrates that support these long-range...
Paper Details
Title
Hidden neural states underlie canary song syntax
Published Date
Jun 17, 2020
Journal
Volume
582
Issue
7813
Pages
539 - 544
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